Punters are always looking for an edge to help them select the right horse in any race and to beat the bookmaker’s odds. But it takes a great deal of time to analyse the horses’ form and so it was inevitable that software would emerge to assist gamblers to predict the outcome of races.
This is a topic which is widely debated within the equestrian community. It’s certainly one that most of you will have considered at one time or another. Especially when thinking about the welfare of your equine friends.
The Grand National is held every year at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool. Since its inauguration 1839, it has been the most important racing meet in the calendar. It is currently the most valuable jump race in Europe, with the prize fund in 2017 being £1million. An estimated 500 million to 600 million people in the […]